Volume 14 1972

Volume 14 1972

 

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  • Unknown author (Bernard Price Institute for Palaeontological Research, 1972)
  • Mendrez, Christiane Helene (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1972)
    On revision of Protocynodon pricei Broom 1949, it is concluded that this genus is to be placed amongst the Cynodontia Procynosuchidae. This study completes that undertaken by Broom (1949); it has also enabled us to ...
  • Mendrez, Christiane Helene (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1972)
    The revision of the type of Cyrbasiodon boycei has led the author to conclude that the maxilla, which constitutes this type, bears fourteen teeth corresponding to a complete maxillary series: 3 precanines, 1 canine and ...
  • Keyser, A. W. (1972)
    The cranial morphology of a number of specimens assigned to the genera Oudenodon, Rhachiocephalus, Aulacephalodon and Pelanomodon was investigated (Keyser, 1969). It was found that the internal morphology and the general ...
  • Hopson, James A.; Kitching, James W. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1972)
    Cynodonts are very advanced mammal-like reptiles of the Permian-Triassic which are of special interest to evolutionists because they gave rise to the Class Mammalia during Middle or Late Triassic time. Cynodonts have ...
  • Freedman, L.; Stenhouse, N. S. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1972)
    The premolar and molar dimensions of the Parapapio specimens hitherto described from the South African lower Pleistocene deposits at Sterkfontein have been re-examined. The relatively minor sexual dimorphism in these ...
  • Dijkstra, S. J. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1972)
    Dr. Plumstead has sent a number of samples from South Africa to us for maceration of the spores from them and for an attempt to determine the horizons from the megaspores only. Other details were not given. In addition ...
  • Collings, G. E. (BERNARD PRICE INSTITUTE FOR PALAEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 1972)
    The skull and associated mandible belonging to a new species of machaerodont, Megantereon problematicus Collings is described. The specimen came from the lowermost horizon of banded and contaminated travertines at the ...